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Short Christmas story of a Queen Alexandra’s Royal Army Nursing Corps nurse set at Erskine nursing home in Edinburgh. Scott Grey attends a QARANC Association coffee morning and meets one of the residents.

It is written as a thank you to readers for their support for my first novel, The Grey Lady Ghost of the Cambridge Military Hospital. The events take place several weeks
Kindle Edition, Christmas Short Story, 16 pages
Published December 2nd 2015 by Kindle Edition
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Chris joined the Army in 1987 as a Combat Medical Technician and from Keogh Barracks was posted to 19 Field Ambulance in Colchester. In 1988 he started RGN training and was soon posted to the Cambridge Military Hospital and began hearing tales of the Grey Lady ghost. He qualified as a staff nurse at the Queen Elizabeth Military Hospital in 1991 and was posted back to the CMH that year where he wor ...more

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